Tampa Bay’s own Ries Bros. sold out Jannus Live this weekend

Don’t worry the band is back for Reggae Rise Up in October.

click to enlarge Ries Brothers, which plays Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, Florida on July 17, 2021. - Phil DeSimone
Phil DeSimone
Ries Brothers, which plays Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, Florida on July 17, 2021.

Before heading out to play long-running Illinois music festival Summer Camp, Clearwater duo the Ries Brothers plays a Saturday night sold-out hometown gig at St. Petersburg's Jannus Live, where the boys recently played opener for Stick Figure's 2018 concert.

The indie-pop-reggae band made up of siblings Charlie and Kevin Jordan Ries is constantly touring, so don’t meltdown if you can’t get a hold of a ticket this time. In fact, the brothers are playing the Reggae Rise Up Festival at Vinoy Park in October. Until then, check out Charlie and Kevin’s new single “Take it Back” featuring Julian Marley.

Ries Bros. w/Sensi Trails Saturday, July 17, 8 p.m. Sold-out. Jannus Live, St. Petersburg. jannuslive.com

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